Studio RM users will be pleased to hear that version 1.7 will be released in the second half of 2020. Below is a preview of just a few of the exciting new features coming in this update.
Vein Modelling: Batch Processing and Faulting
Vein modelling can be run on multiple veins in a single run using the new time-saving batch processing option. Model one, some or all veins in a single run, with each vein using either the default or its own specific custom settings.
Vein models that use and honour faults can now be created. Using faults is easy; specify loaded fault wireframes (one or many) and Studio RM calculates the fault blocks and the trend within each block independently. When using the new batch processing you can choose a fault system to apply to all the veins being modelled, meaning it’s easy to compare the effect of alternative fault interpretations.
There are other enhancements too, including a handy new Recompute option and you can now easily use any string object as additional points.
Studio RM’s Advanced Estimation will include support for estimating grades across soft boundaries, so you can estimate from different zones into a model. The new ‘soft boundary’ options let you experiment with different combinations of sample zones when estimating grades.
New Core Improvements
As a member of the Studio family, Studio RM 1.7 will benefit from an extensive array of new core features, including a useful ribbon customization system that lets you set your interface up exactly as you want it; edit and create your own ribbons!
We’ll let you know about the rest of the enhancements at release time.